As the mobile app count passed a million mark, 2011 has been a great year for the smartphone users. Apple released some exiting products such as iPhone 4S and iPad 2 for the iOS and for Android a plethora of devices were launched that include Amazon’s Kindle Fire. As an app reviewer, I have listed a few iPhone apps, which I think could make an impact in 2012.
If ever you are waiting in a line somewhere (a theme park, a movie theater, etc.) do not make the mistake of not following within a one foot radius of the person in front of you. Everyone else in line knows that if you are not breathing down the person in front of you’s neck, you may just miss everything. The line might just skip over you and everyone behind you entirely. This is why you always get those annoyed eye rolls and death glares if you break this rule. So please, be courteous to all of the other customers in line and attach yourself to the hip of the person in front of you.
Major companies like Virgin America, KIA, and Microsoft are using Klout scores to select people to sample hot new products. Additionally, Klout is becoming a go-to site for journalists and bloggers to find people who are influential about specific topics. Here are some of the biggest mistakes people are making when it comes to Klout.
With the iPhone app Instagram (it’s working on an Android version as we speak), artists and bands alike can maximize their exposure by letting in complete strangers to look at their personal photos and ultimately, have them buy their music. How?
Instragram allows you to share your pictures with Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr etc. its a good idea to connect your social media sites to Instagram. That way you will attract your friends on other social media sites and this will lead them to join you on comment obtenir des abonnés Instagram.
So what I am going to do for you today is focus on one platform which is Facebook. Mainly because I still believe it is the most important social platform for any business to utilize properly, yet it is still the main platform where I see businesses completely failing at creating any sort of decent social interaction that is going to be of benefit to their business.
Do you have what it takes to be a successful startup techpreneur? Success is not built on luck alone but from discipline, focus, and perseverance to succeed despite all the odds.